Daniel Mark Harrison is regarded as one of the Millennial generation’s leading entrepreneurs, and is also an international bestselling author and global media personality who has raised millions in financing for a large variety of technology, real estate and energy companies. Most recently, he established an Asia-based commercial aircraft leasing company he later sold to a private fund. He holds a Master of Business Administration from the Norwegian School of Management. As the Managing Director of DMH&CO, Mr. Harrison is responsible for formulating the company’s strategic direction, capital raising and sourcing investment partnerships in addition to managing the deal-flow of the company. Typically, Mr. Harrison will bring his rolodex of high-level political and commercial relationships from around the world into participation with projects the firm invests in, giving DMH&CO a crucial edge in successful investment management. He writes a weekly column for Forbes Asia.
Sam Chua has more than a decade of experience working in accounting, finance and insurance in Singapore working with small, medium-sized and large institutions to aid corporate acquisitions and growth strategies, coordinate back office and budgeting schedules and set up and implement a variety of accounting systems to improve overall operating and budgeting efficiency at the bottom-line level. Mr. Chua graduated with a bachelor majoring in accounting and has a Masters in International Business from Monash University. At DMH&CO, Mr. Chua is the chief person in the company responsible for the oversight and curation of the company’s vast and diverse asset portfolio. He also formulates the firm’s quarterly budgeting schedules and handles the day-to-day administrative tasks.
Kathlin Liao is the former Executive Director of the CCSS Mediation Centre for the Telecommunications Industry and the accredited mediator of the Hong Kong Mediation Accreditation Association Limited (HKMAAL) which she joined 2007 with the task of advocating the development of the Communications Industry in Hong Kong. The development are today launching wide-spread public education of smartphone services on daily life, to drive mobile advertising and application into the market, to launch green ICT, to hold World Telecom Day in Hong Kong as to promote the latest in ICT to the public and especially the youth and the academic communities, to hold ICT business application forums and launch student internship programs to foster new bloods, to organize overseas and Mainland China industry exchange program, to support the Office of the Communications Authority and the industry players to establish the Code of Practice on different services of the Communications industry in order to help the public to enjoy the benefit of using the ICT efficiently in daily life. Miss Liao was asked to establish an independent mediation centre which is the signature project of the Customer Complaint Settlement Scheme to serve the telecommunications service providers and users. She is a mediator as well as a mentor to her mediation team in handling the daily cases. She is also actively joining the stakeholders of the mediation industry in promoting the mission of mediation and the harmonic spirit of the society.